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Italian FA president Gabriele Gravina on racism in Italy, lifting 'depression' after World Cup woe

Gabriele Gravina was elected president of the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on October 22, 2018 after almost nine months of administration under control of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) following former president Carlo Tavecchio's resignation and failed elections for a new president.

The FIGC governs 1.4 million members, approximately 13,000 clubs of which 84,000 teams play in 580,000 games per year.

ESPN FC sat down with Gravina in Rome to reflect on his first 100 days in office,...

 By Ben Gladwell

Italy call up Quagliarella, 36, after 11-game scoring run

Fabio Quagliarella celebrates after scoring in Sampdoria's Serie A win over Bologna.
Fabio Quagliarella has outscored Cristiano Ronaldo this season.

Sampdoria's 36-year-old striker Fabio Quagliarella has been included in Italy coach Roberto Mancini's 32-man Italy squad for a training camp next week.

Quagliarella, who last played for Italy in a friendly against Romania more than eight years ago, is Serie A's top scorer this season with 16 goals -- one more than Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo.

He has equalled Gabriel Batistuta's Serie A record of scoring in 11 consecutive matches and joins Parma's Alessandro Bastoni as one of two new faces in...

Nico who? Meet Nico Barella, the Cagliari youngster at the top of Juventus and Chelsea's wishlists

Nico Barella has only scored one goal this season but his influence in midfield for Cagliari is undebatable.
Nico Barella has only scored one goal this season but his influence in midfield for Cagliari is undebatable.

If Nicolo Barella saw a bunch of coffee stained papers down the local bar or a bundle of well-thumbed and dog-eared sports dailies in the common room at Cagliari's Assemini training ground last week, the likelihood is he would have spotted his name and image front and centre. It was hard to miss.

Last Thursday, the blonde midfielder, who turns 22 at the start of February, was splashed all over the pink front page of La Gazzetta dello Sport. Then on Saturday, Sunday and Monday it was Il Corriere...